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1 Course: Environmental Science Course Number: Title: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships, 10 th edition Authors: Enger, Smith Publisher: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Copyright: 2006 Online Resources used in Correlation These resources are made available the instructor and/or student and are referenced within the correlation. They are available via the Online Learning Center (OLC): User Name: rvwenger10 Password: glencoe Essential Study Partner/ : PowerWeb: Online Learning Center Chapter Resources/OLC: Animation Quiz/Animations: 1

2 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 1. Demonstrate effective implementation of scientific habits of mind STRAND: No strand STANDARD: No standard BENCHMARK WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* FOR FOCUS LESSONS ASSESSMENTS ENRICHMENTS TUTORIALS No Benchmark *In depth/mentioned 2

3 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 2. Apply knowledge of the nature of science, scientific methodology, and historical content to solve problems, and employ safe and effective us of laboratory technologies STRAND:_H. The Nature of Science STANDARD: 1. The student uses the scientific processes and habits of mind to solve problems BENCHMARK SC.H know that investigations are conducted to explore new phenomena, to check on previous results, to test how well a theory predicts, and to compare different theories. WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* FOR FOCUS LESSONS (M) Principles Finding solutions ASSESSMENTS Principles Finding solutions Quiz ENRICHMENTS OLC Lab Exercise 1 TUTORIALS Principles Finding solutions Topic 3

4 SC.H know that from time to time, major shifts occur in the scientific view of how the world works, but that more often the changes that take place in the body of scientific knowledge are small modifications of prior knowledge (M) (M) 334 (M) (I) Principles finding solutions Principles finding solutions Quiz OLC Lab Exercise 1 Principles Finding solutions Topic SC.H understand that not matter how well one theory fits observations, a new theory might fit them as well or better, or might fit a wider range of observations, because in science, the testing, revising, and occasional discarding of theories, new and old, never ends and lease to an increasingly better understand of how things work in the world, but not to absolute truth. SC.H know that scientists in any one 39-42, 63-66(M) Principles Finding solutions 65, 66(M) Principles Finding Principles Finding solutions Quiz Principles Finding OLC Lab Exercise 1 OLC Lab Exercise 1 Principles Finding solutions Topic Principles Finding 4

5 research group tend to see things alike and that theree scientific teams are expected to seek out the possible sources of bias in the design of their investigations and in their data analysis. solutions solutions Quiz solutions Topic SC.H understand that new ideas in science are limited by the context in which they are conceived, are often rejected by the scientific establishment, sometimes spring from unexpected findings, and usually grow slowly from many contributors (M) Principles Finding solutions Principles Finding solutions Quiz OLC Lab Exercise 1 Principles Finding solutions Topic SC.H understand that, in the short run, new ideas that do not mesh well with mainstream ideas in science often encounter vigorous criticism and that, in the long run, theories are judged by how they fit with other theories, the range of observations they explain, 39-42, 65, 66 (M) Principles Finding solutions Principles Finding solutions Quiz OLC Lab Exercise 1 Principles Finding solutions Topic 5

6 how well they explain observations, and how effective they are in predicting new findings. SC.H understand that importance of a sense of responsibility, a commitment to peer, truthful reporting of the methods and outcomes of investigations, and making the public aware of the findings (M) Principles Finding solutions Principles Finding solutions Quiz OLC Lab Exercise 1 Principles Finding solutions Topic *In depth/mentioned 6

7 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 2. Apply knowledge of the nature of science, scientific methodology, and historical content to solve problems, and employ safe and effective us of laboratory technologies STRAND: H. The Nature of Science STANDARD: 2. The student understands that most natural events occur in comprehensible, consistent patterns. BENCHMARK SC.H know that scientists assume that the universe is a vast system in which basic rules exist that my range from very simple to extremely complex, but that scientists operate on the belief that the rules can WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* FOR FOCUS LESSONS 63 (M) Principles Finding solutions ASSESSMENTS Principles Finding solutions Quiz ENRICHMENTS OLC Lab Exercise 1 TUTORIALS Principles Finding solutions Topic 7

8 be discovered by careful, systemic study. SC.H know that scientists control conditions in order to obtain evidence, but when that is not possible practical or ethical reasons, they try to observe a wide range of natural occurrences to discern patterns (M) Principles Finding solutions Principles Finding solutions Quiz OLC Lab Exercise 1 Principles Finding solutions Topic *In depth/mentioned 8

9 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 3. Demonstrate use of relevant terminology STRAND: No strand STANDARD: No standard BENCHMARK No Benchmark. References to intended outcome. WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* 7,8,17, 21, 22, 24, 25, 27, 39, 40, 43, 45, 46, 50, 63, 64, 79,80,82 88, 105, 90 96, 105, 106, , , 187, , 206, , 236, 248, 249, , 264, 270, 272, 274, FOR FOCUS LESSONS Principles finding solutions, matter & life, communities, ecosystems, biomes; dynamics, human populations, ASSESSMENTS Principles finding solutions, matter & life, communities, ecosystems, biomes; Quiz dynamics, human ENRICHMENTS Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 2 Articles 8-16 Unit 3 Articles Unit 4 Articles 26- TUTORIALS Principles finding solutions, matter & life, communities, ecosystems, biomes; Topic dynamics, human 9

10 284, 285, , 236, 248, 249, , , 272, 274, 284, 285, , , , 344, 345, 347, , , , , 400, 403, , 414, 420, 423, 424, 426, 428, 429, 436, 437, 439, 440, 443, 446, 447 (I) economics, toxicology, societal issues, agriculture, areas; the Earth, air pollution, water, energy, waste populations, economics, toxicology, societal issues, agriculture, areas; Quiz the Earth, air pollution, water, energy, waste Quiz 31 Unit 5 Articles Unit 6 Articles populations, economics, toxicology, societal issues, agriculture, areas; Topic the Earth, air pollution, water, energy, waste Topic Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 2 Articles 8-16 Unit 3 Articles Unit 4 Articles Unit 5 Articles Unit 1 Articles Quiz Unit 2 Articles Quiz Unit 3 Articles Quiz Unit 4 Articles Quiz Unit 5 Articles 32- Environmental Science, Analytical Methods, Glossary 10

11 Unit 6 Articles Quiz Unit 6 Articles Quiz 11

12 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 4. Demonstrate understanding of the processes that shaped the surfaces of the Earth STRAND: D. Processes that Shape the Earth STANDARD: 1. The student recognizes that processes in the lithosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere interact to shape the Earth. BENCHMARK SC.D know that the solid crust of Earth consists of slow-moving, separate places that float on a denser, molten layer of Earth and that these plates interact with teach other, changing the Earth s surface in many WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* FOR FOCUS LESSONS (I) the Earth ASSESSMENTS the Earth Quiz ENRICHMENTS TUTORIALS the Earth Topic 12

13 ways (e.g., ming mountain ranges and rift valleys, causing earthquake and volcanic activity and ming undersea mountains that can become ocean islands) *In depth/mentioned 13

14 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 5. Demonstrate understanding of the influences of technology on air, land, and water quality STRAND: No strand STANDARD: No standard BENCHMARK No benchmark. References to intended outcome. WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* 6,10, 11, 12 14, 46, 47, 52 57, 58, 101, (I) FOR FOCUS LESSONS economics; agriculture, use of resources; ASSESSMENTS economics - Quiz agriculture, use of resources - Quiz ENRICHMENTS Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 2 Articles 11, 13, 14, 17 Unit 3 Articles TUTORIALS economics Topic agriculture, use of resources Topic 14

15 energy, waste Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 2 Articles 11, 13, 14, 17 Unit 3 Articles Unit 5 Articles Unit 6 Articles energy, waste Quiz Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Quiz Unit 2 Articles 11, 13, 14, 17 - Quiz Unit 3 Articles Quiz Unit 5 Articles Quiz Unit 6 Articles Quiz Unit 5 Articles Unit 6 Articles energy, waste Topic Environmental science, analytical methods, glossary OLC Chapter 3,11,14,15,16,17,18,1 9--labeling 15

16 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 6. Demonstrate knowledge of ways to minimize the impact of pollutants on air, land, and water STRAND: No strand STANDARD: No standard BENCHMARK No benchmark. References to intended outcome. WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* 6, 10, 11 14, 46, 47, 52 57, 58, 101, , , , , , , , , , (I) FOR FOCUS LESSONS economics; agriculture, pesticides; ASSESSMENTS economics - Quiz agriculture, pesticides Quiz ENRICHMENTS Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 2 Articles 14, 16 Unit 3 - Article 24 TUTORIALS economics Topic agriculture, pesticides Topic 16

17 energy, waste Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 2 Articles 14, 16 Unit 3 - Article 24 Unit 5 Articles Unit 6 Articles energy, waste Quiz Unit 1 Articles Quiz Unit 2 Articles 14, 16 - Quiz Unit 3 - Article 24 - Quiz Unit 5 Articles Quiz Unit 6 Articles Quiz Unit 5 Articles Unit 6 Articles energy, waste Topic Environmental science, analytical methods, glossary OLC Chapter 3,11,14,15,16,17,18,1 9--labeling *In depth/mentioned 17

18 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 7. Demonstrate understanding of use and conservation of natural resources STRAND: G. How Living Things Interact with their Environment STANDARD: 2. The student understands the consequences of using limited natural resources. BENCHMARK SC.G understand that the amount of life and any environment can support is limited and that human activities can change the flow of energy and reduce the fertility of the Earth. WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* 6 8, 10 14, 39 42, 46, 50 58, , 101, , , , , , , , (I) FOR FOCUS LESSONS Principles- Ecosystems human populations, economics ASSESSMENTS Principles- Ecosystems Quiz human populations, economics Quiz ENRICHMENTS Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 2 Articles 8-16 Unit 3 Articles Unit 4 Articles 26- TUTORIALS Principles- Ecosystems Topic human populations, economics Topic 18

19 agriculture, areas energy, waste Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 2 Articles 8-16 Unit 3 Articles Unit 4 Articles agriculture, areas Quiz energy, waste Quiz Unit 1 Articles Quiz Unit 2 Articles Quiz Unit 3 Articles Quiz 31 Unit 5 Articles Unit 6 Articles agriculture, areas Topic energy, waste Topic OLC Chapters 3,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,1 5,16,17,18,19-- labeling Unit 5 Articles Unit 4 Articles Quiz Unit 6 Articles Unit 5 Articles Quiz Unit 6 Articles Quiz SC.G know the 6 8, 10 14, 50 ANIMATION ANIMATION 19

20 ways in which humans today are placing their environmental support systems at risk (e.g., rapid human population growth, environmental degradation, and resource depletion). 58, 101, , , , , , , (I) QUIZ 1. Global warming 2. Acid rain 3. Ozone depletion 4. Deoxygenation of lakes - Animation human populations, economics, toxicology, societal issues food, agriculture, areas energy, waste QUIZ 1. Global warming 2. Acid rain 3. Ozone depletion 4. Deoxygenation of lakes - Quiz human populations, economics, toxicology, societal issues Quiz food, agriculture, areas Quiz energy, waste - Quiz Units 1-6 All Articles human populations, economics, toxicology, societal issues Topic food, agriculture, areas Topic energy, waste Topic OLC Chapter 3,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,1 5,16,17,18,19-- labeling Units 1-6 All Articles Units 1-6 All Articles -Quiz 20

21 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 8. Demonstrate understanding of biodiversity and its influence on the stability of an ecosystem STRAND: G. How Living Things Interact with their Environment STANDARD: 2. The student understands the consequences of using limited natural resources. BENCHMARK SC.G know that changes in a component of an ecosystem will have unpredictable effects on the entire system but that the components of the system tend to react in a way that will restore the ecosystem to its original WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* 6, 8, 10, 11, 48, 49, 54 58, 82 94, 101, , , , , (I) FOR FOCUS LESSONS ANIMATION QUIZ 1. Carbon cycle 2. Nitrogen cycle 3. Bioaccumulation 4. Acid rain 5. Deoxygenation of lakes - Animation ASSESSMENTS ANIMATION QUIZ 1. Carbon cycle 2. Nitrogen cycle 3. Bioaccumulation 4. Acid rain 5. Deoxygenation of lakes - Quiz ENRICHMENTS Units 1-6 All Articles TUTORIALS Principles-Overview, communities, ecosystems, biomes Topic dynamics, economics, societal issues 21

22 condition. Principles-Overview, communities, ecosystems, biomes; dynamics, economics, societal issues food, agriculture, areas Principles-Overview, communities, ecosystems, biomes Quiz dynamics, economics, societal issues Quiz food, agriculture, areas Quiz Topic food, agriculture, areas Topic energy, waste Topic energy, waste energy, waste - Quiz OLC Chapter 6,7, 8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15, 16,17,18,19--labeling Units 1-6 All Articles Units 1-6 All Articles - Quiz SC.G understand how genetic variation offspring contributes to population control in an 82 94, , , , (I) ANIMATION QUIZ 1. Symmetry in nature ANIMATION QUIZ 1. Symmetry in nature Unit 1 Articles 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 Principles-Overview, communities, ecosystems, biomes 22

23 environment and that natural selection ensures that those who are best adapted to their surroundings survive to reproduce. 2. Evolution of fish jaws 3. Transition to land 4. Molecular clock Animation Principles-Overview, communities, ecosystems, biomes dynamics, human populations, economics, societal issues biodiversity 2. Evolution of fish jaws 3. Transition to land 4. Molecular clock - Quiz Principles Overview, communities, ecosystems, biomes - Quiz dynamics, human populations, economics, societal issues - Quiz biodiversity - Quiz Unit 3 Articles Unit 4 Articles Unit 5 Article 33 Topic dynamics, human populations, economics Topic biodiversity Topic OLC Chapter 6,7,8,12,13 --labeling Unit 1 Articles 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 Unit 1 Articles 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 - Quiz Unit 3 Articles Unit 3 Articles Quiz Unit 4 Articles 26- Unit 4 Articles 26-23

24 31 Unit 5 Article Quiz Unit 5 Article 33 - Quiz 24

25 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 9. Demonstrate knowledge of environmental planning and waste management and explain their impact STRAND: H. The Nature of Science STANDARD: 3. The student understands that science, technology, and society are interwoven and interdependent. BENCHMARK SC.H know that permance testing is often conducted using small-scale models, computer simulations, or analogous systems to reduce the chance of system failure. WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* FOR FOCUS LESSONS 176, (I) agriculture ASSESSMENTS agriculture - Quiz ENRICHMENTS TUTORIALS agriculture Topic 25

26 SC.H know that scientific knowledge is used by those who engage in design and technology to solve practical problems, taking human values and limitations into account. *In depth/mentioned 10 14, 142, , , , (I) agriculture Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 2 Articles 14, 16 Unit 3 Articles Unit 5 Articles agriculture Quiz Unit 1 Articles Quiz Unit 2 Articles 14, 16 - Quiz Unit 3 Articles Quiz Unit 5 Articles Quiz Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 2 Articles 14, 16 Unit 3 Articles Unit 5 Articles agriculture Topic 26

27 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 10. Demonstrate knowledge of environmental monitoring and its influence on policy STRAND: H. The Nature of Science STANDARD: 3. The student understands that science, technology, and society are interwoven and interdependent. BENCHMARK SC.H know that funds science research come from federal government agencies, industry, and private foundations and that this funding often influences the areas of WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* 6 8, 43 57, 101, , , , (I) FOR FOCUS LESSONS Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 3 Articles 18, 19, 20, 25 Unit 4 Articles 29, 31 ASSESSMENTS Unit 1 Articles Quiz Unit 3 Articles 18, 19, 20, 25 - Quiz Unit 4 Articles 29, ENRICHMENTS Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 3 Articles 18, 19, 20, 25 Unit 4 Articles 29, 31 TUTORIALS OLC Chapter 1,3,9,15,17,20-- labeling 27

28 discovery. Unit 5 Articles Unit 6 Articles Quiz Unit 5 Articles Quiz Unit 6 Articles Quiz Unit 5 Articles Unit 6 Articles *In depth/mentioned 28

29 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 11. Design a model sustainable use of public land STRAND: H. The Nature of Science STANDARD: 3. The student understands that science, technology, and society are interwoven and interdependent. BENCHMARK SC.H know that scientists can bring inmation, insights, and analytical skills to matters of public concern and help people understand the possible causes and effects of events. WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* 6 8, 11 14, 22 35, 39-58, 63-67, 43, 52 58, 101, , , , , (I) FOR FOCUS LESSONS economics, societal issues food, agriculture, ASSESSMENTS economics, societal issues - Quiz food, agriculture, ENRICHMENTS Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 2 Articles 14, 16 Unit 3 Articles TUTORIALS economics, societal issues Topic food, agriculture, 29

30 areas areas - Quiz Unit 5 Articles areas Topic energy, waste energy, waste - Quiz energy, waste Topic Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 2 Articles 14, 16 Unit 3 Articles Unit 5 Articles Unit 1 Articles Quiz Unit 2 Articles 14, 16 - Quiz Unit 3 Articles Quiz Unit 5 Articles Quiz OLC Chapter 1, 2,3,8,13,15,17,20-- labeling *In depth/mentioned 30

31 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 12. Demonstrate understanding of characteristics of populations (e.g., factors maintaining population equilibrium, growth rates, limiting factors, dispersion patterns, survivorship) STRAND: No strand STANDARD: No standard BENCHMARK No Benchmark. References to intended outcome. WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* 6, 8, 10 14, 29 35, 82 91, 101, 104, , , (I) FOR FOCUS LESSONS ANIMATION QUIZ 1. Exponential population growth 2. Stages of population growth 3. Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium - ASSESSMENTS ANIMATION QUIZ 1. Exponential population growth 2. Stages of population growth 3. Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium - Quiz ENRICHMENTS Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 2 Articles 8-17 Unit 4 Articles TUTORIALS Principles-Overview, communities, ecosystems, biomes Topic dynamics, human 31

32 Animation Principles-Overview, communities, ecosystems, biomes dynamics, human populations, economics, toxicology, societal issues food, biodiversity Principles-Overview, communities, ecosystems, biomes - Quiz dynamic human populations, economics, toxicology, societal issues - Quiz food, biodiversity - Quiz populations, economics, toxicology, societal issues Topic food, biodiversity Topic OLC Chapter 2,3,7,8,13,15,19,20 -- labeling Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 2 Articles 8-17 Unit 4 Articles Unit 1 Articles Quiz Unit 2 Articles Quiz Unit 4 Articles Quiz *In depth/mentioned 32

33 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 13. Demonstrate understanding of biotic and abiotic environmental factors and their effects on various ecosystems (e.g., energy flow, nutrient cycling, feeding relationships) STRAND: B. Energy STANDARD: 1. The student recognizes that energy may be changed in m with varying efficiency. BENCHMARK SC.B understand how knowledge of energy is fundamental to all the scientific disciplines (e.g., the energy required biological processes in living organisms and the WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* 7, 8, 20 25, 58, 62, 69 76, , , (I) FOR FOCUS LESSONS ANIMATION 1. Carbon cycle 2. Nitrogen cycle 3. Bioaccumulation, 4. Deoxygenation of lakes - Animation ASSESSMENTS ANIMATION 1. Carbon cycle 2. Nitrogen cycle 3. Bioaccumulation, 4. Deoxygenation of lakes - Quiz ENRICHMENTS Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 2 Article 12 Unit 3 Articles TUTORIALS Principles Matter & life, ecosystems, biomes Topic 33

34 energy required the building, erosion, and rebuilding of the Earth). Principles Matter & life, ecosystems, biomes food, agriculture, areas energy Principles Matter & life, ecosystems, biomes Quiz food, agriculture, areas - Quiz energy - Quiz Unit 5 Article 35 food, agriculture, areas Topic energy Topic OLC Chapter 5,14-- labeling Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 1 Articles 1-7 Unit 2 Article 12 Unit 2 Article 12 Unit 3 Articles Unit 3 Articles Unit 5 Article 35 Unit 5 Article 35 *In depth/mentioned 34

35 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 13. Demonstrate understanding of biotic and abiotic environmental factors and their effects on various ecosystems (e.g., energy flow, nutrient cycling, feeding relationships) STRAND: D. Processes that Shape the Earth STANDARD: 1. The student recognizes that processes in the lithosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere interact to shape the Earth. BENCHMARK SC.D know how climate patterns on Earth results m an interplay of many factors (Earth s topography its rotation on its axis, solar radiation, the transfer of WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* , , , 389, 400 (I) FOR FOCUS LESSONS ANIMATION QUIZ 1. Rainshadow effect 2. Global warming 3. Acid rain 4. Ozone depletion 5. Four seasons ASSESSMENTS ANIMATION QUIZ 1. Rainshadow effect 2. Global warming 3. Acid rain 4. Ozone depletion 5. Four seasons ENRICHMENTS Unit 1 Article 1 Unit 3 Article 19, 20 Unit 5 Articles 37, TUTORIALS Principles overview, matter & life, ecosystems, biomes Topic 35

36 the energy where the atmosphere interfaces with lands and oceans, and wind and ocean currents). 6. Global air circulation 7. El Nino - Animation Principles overview, matter & life, ecosystems, biomes 6. Global air circulation 7. El Nino - Quiz Principles overview, matter & life, ecosystems, biomes Quiz 38 Unit 6 Article 39, 44 the Earth Topic OLC Chapter 3,6,8,12,13,15,16,17,1 8,19,20 labeling the Earth the Earth Quiz Unit 1 Article 1 Unit 3 Article 19, 20 Unit 5 Articles 37, 38 Unit 6 Article 39, 44 Unit 1 Article 1 - Quiz Unit 3 Article 19, 20 - Quiz Unit 5 Articles 37, 38 - Quiz Unit 6 Article 39, 44 - Quiz *In depth/mentioned 36

37 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 13. Demonstrate understanding of biotic and abiotic environmental factors and their effects on various ecosystems (e.g., energy flow, nutrient cycling, feeding relationships) STRAND: D. Processes that Shape the Earth STANDARD: 2. The student understands the need protection of the natural systems of Earth. BENCHMARK SC.D understand the interconnectedness of the systems on Earth and the quality of life. WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* 4, 5, 10 14, 48, 49, 61, , , , (I) FOR FOCUS LESSONS ANIMATION QUIZ 1. Carbon cycle 2. Nitrogen cycle 3. Bioaccumulation 4. Acid rain 5. Boyle s Law 6. Deoxygenation of ASSESSMENTS ANIMATION QUIZ 1. Carbon cycle 2. Nitrogen cycle 3. Bioaccumulation 4. Acid rain 5. Boyle s Law 6. Deoxygenation of ENRICHMENTS Units 1-6 All articles TUTORIALS Principles Overview, communities, ecosystems, biomes Topic 37

38 lakes 7. Effect of water on leaves 8. Girth increase in plants 9. Vascular system of plants - Animation Principles matter & life, communities, ecosystems, biomes economics; Living resources food, agriculture, areas energy, waste Units 1-6 All articles lakes 7. Effect of water on leaves 8. Girth increase in plants 9. Vascular system of plants - Quiz Principles matter & life, communities, ecosystems, biomes - Quiz economics - Quiz food, agriculture, areas - Quiz energy, waste - Quiz economics, societal issues Topic food agriculture, areas Topic energy, waste Topic OLC Chapter 3,6,8,12,13,15,16,17,1 8,19,20--labeling 38

39 Units 1-6 All articles - Quiz 39

40 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 13. Demonstrate understanding of biotic and abiotic environmental factors and their effects on various ecosystems (e.g., energy flow, nutrient cycling, feeding relationships) STRAND: F. Processes that Shape Life STANDARD: 1. The student describes patterns of structure and function in living things. BENCHMARK SC.F understand the biological systems obey the same laws of conservation as physical systems. WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* 24, 25, 48, 49, 61, 79 82, , , , , (I) FOR FOCUS LESSONS ANIMATION QUIZ 1. Carbon cycle 2. Nitrogen cycle 3. Bioaccumulation 4. Acid rain 5. Deoxygenation of lakes ASSESSMENTS ANIMATION QUIZ 1. Carbon cycle 2. Nitrogen cycle 3. Bioaccumulation 4. Acid rain 5. Deoxygenation of lakes ENRICHMENTS Units 1-6 All articles TUTORIALS Principles Overview, communities, ecosystems, biomes Topic 40

41 6. El Nino - Animation Principles-Overview, communities, ecosystems, biomes economics, societal issues food, agriculture, areas energy, waste Units 1-6 All articles 6. El Nino - Quiz Principles Overview, communities, ecosystems, biomes - Quiz economics, societal issues - Quiz food, agriculture, areas - Quiz energy, waste - Quiz Units 1-6 All articles - Quiz economics, societal issues Topic food agriculture, areas Topic energy, waste Topic OLC Chapter 3,6,8,12,13,15,16,17,1 8,19,20 labeling *In depth/mentioned 41

42 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 13. Demonstrate understanding of biotic and abiotic environmental factors and their effects on various ecosystems (e.g., energy flow, nutrient cycling, feeding relationships) STRAND: G. How Living Things Interact with their Environment. STANDARD: 1. The student understands the competitive, interdependent, cyclic nature of living things in the environment. BENCHMARK SC.G know of the great diversity and interdependence of living things WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* 4, 5, 10 14, 48, 49, 61, , , (I) FOR FOCUS LESSONS ANIMATION QUIZ 1. Bioaccumulation 2. Acid rain, 3. Deoxygenation of lakes - Animation ASSESSMENTS ANIMATION QUIZ 1. Bioaccumulation 2. Acid rain, 3. Deoxygenation of lakes - Quiz ENRICHMENTS Units 1-6 All articles TUTORIALS Principles matter & life, communities, ecosystems, biomes Topic 42

43 Principles-Overview, communities, ecosystems, biomes economics, societal issues food, agriculture areas energy, waste Units 1-6 All articles Principles Overview, communities, ecosystems, biomes - Quiz economics, societal issues - Quiz areas - Quiz energy, waste - Quiz Units 1-6 All articles - Quiz economics Topic food, agriculture, areas Topic energy, waste Topic OLC Chapter 3,6,8,12,13,15,16,17,1 8,19,20--labeling *In depth/mentioned 43

44 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 13. Demonstrate understanding of biotic and abiotic environmental factors and their effects on various ecosystems (e.g., energy flow, nutrient cycling, feeding relationships) STRAND: G. How Living Things Interact with their Environment STANDARD: 2. The student understands the consequences of using limited natural resources. BENCHMARK SC.G know that the world ecosystems are shaped by physical factors that limit their productivity. WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* 10, 48, 49, 58, 61, ,104, , , , (I) FOR FOCUS LESSONS ANIMATION QUIZ 1. Carbon cycle 2. Nitrogen cycle 3. Rainshadow effect 4. Acid rain 5. Deoxygenation of ASSESSMENTS ANIMATION QUIZ 1. Carbon cycle 2. Nitrogen cycle 3. Rainshadow effect 4. Acid rain 5. Deoxygenation of ENRICHMENTS Units 1-6 All articles TUTORIALS food, agriculture, areas Topic 44

45 lakes - Animation food, agriculture, areas energy, waste Units 1-6 All articles lakes - Quiz food, agriculture, areas Quiz energy, waste Quiz Units 1-6 All articles - Quiz energy, waste Topic OLC Chapter 3,6,8,12,13,15,16,17,1 8,19,20 labeling *In depth/mentioned 45

46 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 14. Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of energy production technologies STRAND: A. The Nature of Matter STANDARD: 2. The student understands the basic principle of atomic theory. BENCHMARK SC.A know that nuclear energy is released when small, light atoms are fused into heavier ones. WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* 12 14, 67, 69, 70 76, 79 82, , (I) FOR FOCUS LESSONS Principles matter & life energy ASSESSMENTS Principles matter & life Quiz energy - Quiz ENRICHMENTS TUTORIALS Principles matter & life Topic Physical resources energy Topic 46

47 OLC Chapter 5--labeling *In depth/mentioned 47

48 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 14. Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of energy production technologies STRAND: B. Energy STANDARD: 1. The student recognizes that energy may be changed in m with varying efficiency. BENCHMARK SC.B know that each source of energy presents advantages and disadvantages to its use in society (e.g., political and economic implications may determine a society s selection of renewable WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* 72 76, (I) FOR FOCUS LESSONS economics energy ASSESSMENTS economics - Quiz energy - Quiz ENRICHMENTS Unit 2 Articles 8-16 Unit 3 Articles TUTORIALS economics Topic energy Topic 48

49 or nonrenewable energy sources). Unit 2 Articles 8-16 Unit 3 Articles Unit 2 Articles Quiz Unit 3 Articles Quiz OLC Chapter 2,3,4,5,7,8,9,10,11,13, 116,17,18,20-- labeling *In depth/mentioned 49

50 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 14. Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of energy production technologies STRAND: H. The Nature of Science STANDARD: 3. The student understands that science, technology, and society are interwoven and interdependent. BENCHMARK SC.H know that technological problems often treat a demand new scientific knowledge and that new technologies make it possible scientists to extend their research in a way that advances WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* 75, , , , , (I) FOR FOCUS LESSONS economics energy ASSESSMENTS economics - Quiz energy - Quiz ENRICHMENTS Unit 2 Articles 8-17 Unit 3 Articles TUTORIALS economics Topic energy Topic 50

51 science. Unit 2 Articles 8-17 Unit 3 Articles Unit 2 Articles Quiz Unit 3 Articles Quiz OLC Chapter 4, 5,9,10,11,16,17,18,19, 20--labeling SC.H know that the value of a technology may differ different people and at different times. 75, , , (I) economics energy economics - Quiz energy - Quiz economics Topic energy Topic OLC Chapter 4,5,9,10,11,16,17,18,1 9,20--labeling *In depth/mentioned 51

52 CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS & GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS SUBJECT/COURSE: Environmental Science COURSE CODE NUMBER: SUBMISSION TITLE: Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 10 th Edition by Enger and Smith 2006 PUBLISHER: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill GRADE: 9-12 INTENDED OUTCOME: 15. Apply the laws of thermodynamics to environmental issues such ad recycling, energy flow through ecosystems, and energy resources STRAND: B. Energy STANDARD: 1. The student recognizes that energy may be changed in m with varying efficiency BENCHMARK SC.B know that the first law of thermodynamics relates the transfer of energy to the work done and the heat transferred. WHERE TAUGHT in Major Tool- I/M* 62, 69, 71 76, 92, 93, , (I) FOR FOCUS LESSONS Principles matter & life economics ASSESSMENTS Principles matter & life - Quiz economics - Quiz ENRICHMENTS TUTORIALS Principles matter & life Topic economics Topic 52

53 OLC Chapter 4,5,9,10,11,16,17,18,1 9,20--labeling SC.B know that the total amount of usable energy always decreases, even though the total amount of energy is conserved in any transfer. 62, 69, 71 76, 92-93, , (I) Principles matter & life economics use of resources economics energy Principles matter & life - Quiz economics - Quiz use of resources - Quiz economics - Quiz energy - Quiz Principles matter & life Topic economics Topic use of resources Topic OLC Chapter 4,5,9,10,11,16,17,18,1 9,20--labeling *In depth/mentioned 53

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